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How To Deal With Transition Season

Transition season was a transitional period between the two main seasons namely the rainy season and the dry season which causes temperature changes suddenly. Sometimes marked by scorching heat and sudden heavy rain. Our body will be working hard to adjust to temperature changes, because that's often the body's immune system becomes less and prone to health problems, such as colds, coughs, diarrhea, typhoid and others.

To overcome this problem, here are some tips you can do to keep your body fit, including:

1. Consuming nutritious food
The body will have the power of a good body supported by eating a nutritionally balanced diet with carbohydrate, fat, protein, vitamins and minerals.

2. Rest well
The body needs rest to help restore the immune system after a day of activities. Try to sleep for 6-8 hours a day in order to get enough rest.

3. Sport
Exercise is recommended to keep your body fit. Do exercise at least 3 times a week like running, cycling, jogging, calisthenics or walking.

4. Supplements if needed
Proven supplements can  endurance during transition seasons. To meet your nutritional needs should be taking supplements that have vitamin C, Echinacea, and Zinc.

5. Drinking water
For your body ready for the transition season drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Drink water at normal temperature because cold water consumption can lower the body's resistance.

6. manage stress
Stress has a negative impact on the body such as decreased appetite and difficulty sleeping can affect our immune system.

7. Maintain cleanliness of your body and the environment
Always keep the cleanliness of food and drink you consume. In addition to the cleanliness of the body always keep at least 2 times a day bathing, washing hands before eating, and others. To prevent germs keep the environment clean to eradicate mosquitoes, cockroaches and flies.

Those are some health tips you can do to keep the immune system during the transition season face. May be useful.

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